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Sha Stimuli – Believe

Some of my mixtapes were sloppy/I don’t think my burner has any bodies/my album has sold more copies than the label even thought and I showed that nothing can stop me

I guess this is what you’d call introspective? Whatever, shit’s dope. Off Sha’s upcoming project Unsung v.1: The Garden of Eden.

Sha Stimuli – Believe

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Props to Shake


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21 Responses to “Sha Stimuli – Believe”

  1. R.J.Orion Says:

    tofu & veggie burger rap

  2. Heroin Headliner Says:

    The cultivators of crack…..

    The reapers of riches…..

    Illuminated individuals…..shining down on shitbags…..

    Fuck Raven Simone, for cravin’ my bone…..

    ILLUMINATI

  3. R.J.Orion Says:

    6. Hell & JR Writer

    ———–

    Writer’s Block 1-3 > any other artist best 3 mixtapes …

  4. JihaD Says:

    JihaD Says:
    June 25th, 2010 at 9:17 pm
    I see where how u on it (pause) but I don’t know man… I think nas had a better connect for production but as far as actual songs AZ got it on the low… He wasn’t tryna kick knowledge, he was talkin that slick shit, he actually sounded better on beats ( cuz they both sounded kinda awkard) I mean Sosa was crack Aziatic was Crack Final Call was Crack, The Format was aiight but add that to pieces of a man do or die… And I liked him better on the firm… I don’t know man lol

    ^^

    SOSA was aight, but Pieces of a Man and the motown albums were cheeks… Lyrically, he was probably in the same lane as Lil Homie during that time, but, much like Lil Homie, he has shitty taste in beats.

    Co-sign AZ getting busy on The Firm album, though. If it wasn’t for those dumb ass trackmasters radio joints fucking up the middle (and Nature taking Mega’s place), then that album was aight.

    JihaD

  5. Abortatron Says:

    Silk vanilla soy milk rap

  6. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i816.photobucket.com/albums/zz88/kevfrescongo/Foundation%20Room%20%20House%20of%20Blues/057.jpg

    ^

    ‘almost hov’ mujihad

  7. Bigspitgame Says:

    Writer’s Block 1-3 > any other artist best 3 mixtapes …
    ^
    you jokin? That’s for what I said about az and nas right?

  8. Lelan Says:

    Yo eskay what do u think about that wack a$$ overly simple punchline ish. You know how everybody been copying big Sean.

  9. R.J.Orion Says:

    arched eyebrow rap

  10. R.J.Orion Says:

    you jokin?

    ———–

    nah… JR is easily one of the greatest punchline writers ever… he just couldnt never get past the fact that he ryhymed exactly like his daddy Camron … but his wordplay is/was far more advanced than Killa …

  11. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i816.photobucket.com/albums/zz88/kevfrescongo/Foundation%20Room%20%20House%20of%20Blues/056.jpg

    i816.photobucket.com/albums/zz88/kevfrescongo/Foundation%20Room%20%20House%20of%20Blues/054.jpg

    i816.photobucket.com/albums/zz88/kevfrescongo/Foundation%20Room%20%20House%20of%20Blues/022.jpg

    i816.photobucket.com/albums/zz88/kevfrescongo/Foundation%20Room%20%20House%20of%20Blues/005.jpg

    ^

    smh @ breezies always wantin to flick up w/this nigga.

  12. Bigspitgame Says:

    SOSA was aight, but Pieces of a Man and the motown albums were cheeks…
    ^
    We agree to disagree my dude… Cuz Pieces of a Man was hot… And Aziatic stays in rotation in the crib… I feel u tho they both lost as far as beats are concerned… Up until now wit nas cuz NIGGER was immaculate…

  13. Heroin Headliner Says:

    arched eyebrow rap
    ^
    shots @ d_brow

  14. Bigspitgame Says:

    Chamomile tea and Biscotti rap

  15. Lelan Says:

    Naw drake just made it more popular.

    The only reason it got big was because of that forever song. That song was big on the radio and drakes verse is first and the only qoutables he had was the overly simple drop flow.

    Swimming in the money …. Nemo

  16. JihaD Says:

    R.J.Orion Says:
    June 25th, 2010 at 9:20 pm
    6. Hell & JR Writer

    ———–

    Writer’s Block 1-3 > any other artist best 3 mixtapes …

    ^^^

    Lloyd Banks’ Money in Da Bank 2-4 (1 is a compliation)
    50 Cent Sincerely Yours, Southside/War Angel/Forever King
    Dipset 1-3
    50 Cent is the Future/Gods Plan/No Mercy, No Fear
    Styles P- Ghost Who Sat By The Door, Ghost In Da Shell, and Industry Exposure: Closest To the Concrete
    Beanie Sigel- Public Enemy #1 (top 10 mixtape of all time)

    I mean, I can keep going, but there are a lot of good ass mixtape series out there that shittin on JR Writer, and thats no disrespect to JR.

    JihaD

  17. Shooter Says:

    2. Free Mason (Feat. Jay-Z) (Produced By The Inkredibles)

    Before you call out Rick Ross and Jay-Z for being apart of occult or Freemasonry, the song title “Free Mason” is apparently a tribute to a mutual friend in jail named Mason. Teflon Don hits stores July 20th.
    ^^^^

    lol, suuure it is

  18. Bigspitgame Says:

    nah… JR is easily one of the greatest punchline writers ever… he just couldnt never get past the fact that he ryhymed exactly like his daddy Camron … but his wordplay is/was far more advanced than Killa …
    ^
    u gon make me download… I already think X be puttin it in the one that stink wit niggas (pause)…

  19. Bigspitgame Says:

    Styles P- Ghost Who Sat By The Door, Ghost In Da Shell, and Industry Exposure: Closest To the Concrete
    Beanie Sigel- Public Enemy #1 (top 10 mixtape of all time)
    ^
    now that’s a fuckin iPod playlist… Hit that shuffle button and zone

  20. Johnny Cadelco Says:

    Eskay,

    This shit aint dope. It’s wack.

  21. arp5454 Says:

    whoever thinks this guy cant spit is 100% a hater. This guy actually says something when he raps, something meaningful. Guy’s like wacka flocka are tearin up the charts and this guy cant get spins, terrible

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